Marshall Center Conversations
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Focusing on defense and security leaders from North America, Europe and Eurasia, 'Marshall Center Conversations' talks a wide spectrum of academics, military experts and others in areas like cyber security, countering illicit trafficking, counter terrorism, international law and more with probing questions and insight you won't find in any other forum. Produced by the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies Public Affairs Office.
||Marshall Center Conversations: Episode 3||Host Christine June speaks to the program director for the first strategic-focused international cyber program, professor Philip Lark. Lark talks about the creation of the Program on Cyber Security Studies, why a course on policies and laws of cyber was necessary and how his team will get it done.||5/2/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Marshall Center Conversations: Episode 2||Counter Terrorism takes focus during a 22-minute conversation with the leaders of the US Defense Department's premiere CT course, the Program in Terrorism and Security Studies. We talk Sochi Olympics, current terror threats and more.||2/21/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Marshall Center Conversations: Episode 1||The Western Balkans and South Caucasus come into focus in this conversation with German air force Col. Heinz-Joachim Henseler, the course director for the Marshall Center's annual Seminar on Regional Security. In this conversation, Henseler discusses the nature of the course, why we chose the Western Balkans and South Caucasus as a focus and other insights. Podcast runs about 26 minutes.||1/26/2014||Free||View In iTunes|